Special Appraisals

Appraisals on companies, businesses and all types of tangible and intangible assets.

What are special appraisals?

The appraisal of alternative assets, tangible and intangible assets, companies, businesses...

This section includes all those appraisals referring to exceptional or special assets that don’t fit in the standard group of real-estate appraisals due to their abstract nature or composition, such as the appraisal of businesses and companies. It also includes the:

  • Appraisal of intangible assets (with no physical substance), from property rights (licences, purchase options, easements, surface rights, concessions) to patents, image, brands and goodwill.
  • Appraisal of tangible assets (with physical substance), from works of art, documents, jewellery, furniture, machinery, equipment, installations, electrical appliances, heritage, vehicles, goods, household goods and even boats and aircrafts.

Who needs it?

Individuals and entities of any kind who need to appraise companies or tangible or intangible assets.

This is aimed at companies, self-employed persons, holding companies, investors, real-estate investment trusts (SOCIMIS), corporations, owners, tenants, shareholders, expert operators, Chambers of Commerce and Industry, etc.

Overall, anyone who needs help in the decision-making or appraisals and/or advice on settling conflicts, legal actions, transactions, investments, mergers, divestments, funding, compulsory purchase orders, liquidations, divorces or inheritance, in connection with the value of companies, businesses or tangible and intangible assets.

gloval What makes Gloval different?

Confidentiality, independence and professionalism.

In keeping with the fundamental premises of confidentiality, independence and professionalism, Gloval undertakes the appraisal of this type of assets by using its knowledge and expertise to guarantee solid support in corporate decisions and in the analysis of the company’s results.

In the past 3 years, GLOVAL has acted as an independent expert for the appraisal of over 1,500 alternative assets.

GLOVAL is one of the leading companies in the valuation companies ranking run by AEV (Spanish Association of Value Analysis) and is authorised by the Bank of Spain and a member of the RICS (The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors).

How do we do it?

We apply the most appropriate regulations and standards for each case (ECO, RICS, IVS, TEGoVA...).

Taking into account the particularities of this type of appraisals, Gloval employs the methodology that best suits the client and the purpose of the job, strictly adhering to the national and international general regulations and appraisal standards, including Spanish Order ECO/805/2003 and its amendments, RICS (The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors), IVSC (International Valuation Standards Council) and TEGoVa (The European Group of Valuers’ Associations), as may apply in each case.

1. Contact and visit

Once we have received the order, one of our experts will contact the client to arrange a visit.

2. Documentation and checks

We will ask you for a series of documents on the property and make the necessary checks.

3. Analysis

We will analyse the data gathered on the visit, the documents you provide and the checks made.

4. Report

We then write down the results from these processes in the report.

Frequently Asked Questions

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In terms of appraisal, goodwill is the current value of a company’s business run within a specific regulatory framework. For instance, the business run in a pharmacy, tobacconist’s shop or a lottery outlet, without taking into account the properties where they are run.

It is the temporary authorisation to use and/or operate a public asset by a person or private entity in exchange for a canon. It is awarded by the Administration and is subject to Administrative Law. As the most representative examples, we can name hospitals, yachting marinas or parking lots beneath public roads.

An administrative concession only refers to public assets and can only be awarded by the Administration under Administrative Law. The surface right can be granted by the land owner (regardless of its public or private ownership) and is governed by the Spanish Land Law.

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